What’s up with my head this week? My ears are ringing and my head feels so sore when i wake up. I diagnose sinus…stuff
My one good hair day a year has rolled around. Might abandon my duties today and just skip around town showing off the high bounce level. Might not though, not sure i can handle all the curl paparazzi.
There’s two roads called Wolsley Road in Brighton & Hove - one in Coldean, and the other in Portslade. They’re named after Viscount Wolsley, who was a big cheese in the Army at the time the roads were built around 1900-ish, and was so famous he was parodied in the Gilbert And Sullivan song The Modern Major General from Pirates of Penzance.
The Portslade Wolsley Road has a pub on it called the Stanley Arms. Who’s Stanley, I hear you ask? He’s the name of the Modern Major General character.
I’m really just trying to make small gains in the battle of attrition that my job has become this year today. I’ve got two students to talk to in order to fix assessment work and a larger pile of resubmitted things I’ll have worked through by the end of the morning, and then an assessed meeting at 6.30.
I only have 50 papers left to mark of my exam workload so I’ll be trying to join @Squandered in doing extra-work on work-work time.
I’m too embarrassed to read what I wrote, lol, but I’m guessing I may have been talking about my issues talking in groups of people at work. Funnily enough, the pandemic kind of helped with that. I don’t feel so exposed chatting in front of my work mates as I only have to do it in zoom at the moment.
But In short, no. And I still definitely would have issues with it, just get a complete mind blank when asked the simplest questions. However, since then I’ve been treated for my anxiety so maybe I’d cope with it better now.